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City v West Ham: Kick-off time, TV info and team news

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Everything you need to know ahead of West Ham United’s Premier League visit to the Etihad Stadium.

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Gabriel Jesus and Aymeric Laporte return to the starting XI for City against West Ham as Pep Guardiola makes two changes from the side that beat PSG 2-1 in midweek.

Oleks Zinchenko and John Stones drop down to the bench as City look to close the gap on leaders Chelsea and second-placed Liverpool.

Teams:

City: Ederson, Walker, Cancelo, Laporte, Dias, Rodrigo, Gundogan, Bernardo, Sterling, Jesus, Mahrez

Subs: Steffen, Carson, Stones, Zinchenko, Ake, Fernandinho, Palmer, McAtee

West Ham: To follow…

WHEN AND WHERE

The Premier League clash gets underway on Sunday 28 November, with kick-off at the Etihad Stadium scheduled for 14:00 (UK).

Viewers in the UK can follow the action on BBC Radio Manchester, with our global TV listings at the foot of this page showing where the game is being broadcast around the world.

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Alistair Mann will provide commentary throughout the 90 minutes.

Minute-by-minute text updates are available in our Matchday Centre, starting at 12:00 (UK).

For those with push notifications turned on, you'll get alerted as soon as the teams are announced and goals go in.

And our Matchday Live show with special guests will begin at just before 13:00 (UK).

SUBSCRIBE TO THE OFFICIAL MAN CITY PODCASTOur special guests will then reconvene for a quick half-time debrief before a more in-depth post-match verdict, including their reaction to the full-time thoughts of Pep Guardiola and, time permitting, a player.

The guests will also answer viewer questions throughout the broadcast, with audience participation actively encouraged on Matchday Live. To get in touch, send a WhatsApp to: +447537186538.

Highlights from the match can be found later in the evening, while a full-match replay will also be available from midnight following the game with a CITY+ subscription.

LAST TIME OUT

In City's last league fixture, Rodrigo scored a goal of the season contender as Manchester City beat Everton 3-0 in a one-sided affair at the Etihad Stadium.The Spaniard beat Jordan Pickford with a 25-yard thunderbolt to double City’s lead after Raheem Sterling converted Joao Cancelo’s superb cross to mark his 300th Premier League appearance with a goal.

Bernardo Silva wrapped up the three points late on, when he reacted quickest to slide Cole Palmer’s deflected strike through Pickford’s legs from six-yards.

Previous meetings

Centre-back duo Ruben Dias and John Stones netted a goal each as City defeated West Ham United 2-1 in the Premier League at the Etihad Stadium back in February, extending our winning run at the time to 20 matches.The visitors were rigid and organised but City got the opener on the half-hour mark through Ruben Dias, who powerfully headed in a superb Kevin De Bruyne cross to mark his first goal for the club since joining last summer and propel the Belgian into the top ten of the all-time Premier League assists chart with 77 in the competition.West Ham regrouped and worked themselves back into the game, hitting the outside of the post shortly before netting the leveller two minutes before the interval through Michail Antonio, who poked in at the back post from on-loan Lingard's shot.With just over 20 minutes left, City regained the lead through another centre-back as Stones fired in expertly from ten yards from an accurate Riyad Mahrez cutback to notch his fourth goal of the season in all competitions.

FORM GUIDE

City and West Ham have both won four of their last five league matches, meaning both sides are in good league form.The Hammers fell to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend, whilst City eased past Everton.Ahead of the weekend's fixtures, City sit second in the table with 26 points, whilst the Hammers are fourth with 23 points.

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